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  • Real-time Guidance for Pilot assist Rotorcraft Shipboard Landing using MPPI 

    Comandur, Vinodhini; Prasad, J. V. R. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021)
    Helicopter or rotorcraft shipboard landing is a very challenging flight operation for pilots owing to the pilot fatigue caused by random ship deck motion, turbulence caused by airwake interactions and degraded visual ...
  • Minimally invasive targeted drug delivery in the brain enhanced by closed-loop focused ultrasound control 

    Lee, Hohyun; Schoen, Scott, Jr.; Guo, Yutong; Kim, Chulyong; Arvanitis, Costas D. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020)
    Minimally invasive systemic drug delivery in the brain offers several advantages over conventional invasive approaches (e.g. Ommaya reservoir). However, effective delivery still remains a major challenge. This is due to ...
  • Parameter Estimation of Mechanistic Differential Equations via Neural Differential Equations 

    Bradley, William; Boukouvala, Fani (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021)
    Persisting trends of increased data availability and refined user-friendly tools to model large datasets has encouraged renewed interest in constructing data-driven models to solve real-world problems, with much success. ...
  • Lumos: Increasing Awareness of Biases during Visual Data Analysis 

    Narechania, Arpit; Coscia, Adam; Wall, Emily; Endert, Alex (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021)
    Human biases impact the way people analyze data and make decisions. Dark-skinned people denied parole (racial bias), women denied C-suite promotions (gender bias), ailing but younger people denied optimal treatment (age ...
  • Measure more precise than nature allows us to! 

    Xin, Lin; Kennedy, Brian; Chapman, Michael S. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021)
    Precise measurements help advance the development of science and technology. However, the current technology almost achieve the fundamental precision limit - the standard quantum limit. In our research, we are able to ...
  • Looking for life in the icy crust of Europa 

    Raj, Chinmayee Govinda; Speller, Nicholas; Cato, Mike; Duca, Zachary; Kim, Jungkyu; Putnam, Phil; Epperson, Jason; Stockton, Amanda M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021)
    Jupiter’s icy moon Europa is of great scientific interest due to its potential for harboring extraterrestrial life. Rather than directly looking for microbial life using optical microscopes and limiting ourselves to life ...
  • Design in-situ and ex-situ formed coatings to increase the stability of FeF3 Na-Ion cathodes 

    Sun, Zifei; Lu, Peilin; Fu, Wenbin; Wang, Baichuan; Magasinski, Alexandre; Zhang, Yawei; Yushin, Gleb (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-01)
    Iron fluoride (FeF3) is considered as a potential cathode for sodium-ion batteries due to its high capacity and low cost. However, the dissolution of active materials during cycling limits its further development. Herein, ...
  • Are You Going to Have Heart Failure Soon? 

    Afshar, Ardavan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-01)
  • The First Gravitational Wave Catalog, GWTC-1 

    Ghonge, Sudarshan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-01)
    On September 14, 2015, the earth was witness to one of universe’s loudest cataclysmic events: the collision of two black holes. The collision resulted in a perturbation in the very fabric of space time - a Gravitational ...
  • Utilizing Thiazole and Thioalkyl Side Chains in DPP-based Donor-Acceptor Copolymers for Organic Electronics 

    Scholz, Audrey; Khau, Brian; Buckley, Carolyn; Reichmanis, Elsa (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-01)
    Organic semiconducting polymers are a popular topic of research for their use in electronics, such as organic field effect transistors (OFETs) and solar cells. Relative to inorganic semiconductors, organic semiconductors ...
  • Scraping Meaning from Technical Information: Semantic Mining of Chemical Information From Non-Chemistry Disciplines 

    Pital, Aaron (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-01)
    The pace of publication in the sciences has long since outstripped human ability to read and synthesize information. While interdisciplinary work can mitigate some of this burden, there remain fundamental questions about ...
  • Using Machine Learning to Identify High Impact Incidents in Automatic Incident Detection (AID) System Generated Alarms 

    Kim, Han Gyol; Guin, Angshuman; Hunter, Michael (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-01)
    Video-based Automatic Incident Detection (AID) technologies have been used in the past by Traffic Management Agencies to aid Incident Management. While significant improvements in video quality and computing resources have ...
  • When Are We Least Stable During Walking? 

    Golyski, Pawel R.; Vazquez, Esmeralda; Leestma, Jennifer K.; Sawicki, Gregory S. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-01)
    Compromised balance is a major public health concern, both in the workplace and among older adults. In the US, falls account for 15% of the total injury cost among workers, and 25% of older adults fall each year. Wearable ...
  • Can Elastic Ankle Exoskeletons Make it Easier for Older Adults to Walk? 

    Trejo, Lindsey H.; Sawicki, Gregory S. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-01)
    As we age, we walk slower and expend more energy which can limit our independence and quality of life. The root cause may be reduced Achilles tendon stiffness, which causes calf muscles to operate at shorter lengths and ...
  • Identification of High-Frequency Transverse Acoustic Modes In Multi-Nozzle Can Combustors 

    Kim, Jeongwon; Gillman, Wesley; Wu, David; Emerson, Benjamin; Acharya, Vishal; Mckinney, Randal; Isono, Mitsunori; Saitoh, Toshihiko; Lieuwen, Timothy C. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-01)
    High frequency thermoacoustic instabilities are problematic for lean-premixed gas turbines. Identifying which acoustic mode is being excited is important, in that it provides insight into potential mitigation measures, as ...
  • Identifying a Type of Genetic Code in an Anonymous, Prokaryotic DNA Sequence 

    Pfennig, Aaron; Lomsadze, Alexander; Borodovsky, Mark (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-01)
    Here we present an ab-initio approach for predicting the genetic code of an anonymous prokaryotic DNA sequence. To the best of our knowledge it is the first tool of such kind. In times of metagenomics more and more ...
  • Facility Effects on Ion Flux Measurements of the Radiofrequency Ion Thruster 10 cm (RIT-10) 

    Jovel, David R.; Nauschütt, Benny; Walker, Mitchell L. R.; Klar, Peter J. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-01)
    Electric propulsion is an alternative means for spacecraft to execute orbital maneuvers and provide attitude control in space. Electric propulsion devices generate thrust by electrically converting a neutral gas into a ...
  • Periodic Table for Visually Impaired Students 

    Lee, Alice; Gupta, Kuhu; Nagesh, Deepthi (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-01)
    Education across all levels needs to be inclusive of students with all sorts of abilities and backgrounds. Students with visual impairments have often been underserved in the design of educational technologies. To combat ...
  • Robust and Reliable Error Detection and Correction for Autonomous Systems 

    Momtaz, Md Imran; Chatterjee, Abhijit (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-01)
    The rapid rise of self-driving cars and drones has raised questions about the safety of autonomous robotics deployed in society. This is due to the large numbers of system state variables involved, the resulting degraded ...

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